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Weekly Happenings - 6/23 through 6/29

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6/23

  • Movies in the Park – Lego Batman • Southside Park • Newton • 8:30 to 11pm • Free movie and popcorn.
  • Miles of Flowers • Blowing Rock • The Blowing Rock Garden Club will host this tour of the private gardens of downtown churches and homes. Guides will provide information about plants; a garden-themed boutique and afternoon tea will wind things down. Learn more: (828) 295-8035.

6/25

  • Summer Pops Concert with the Western Piedmont Symphony • Sails on the Square • Hickory • 6pm
  • Singing on the Mountain • Linville • A dozen top gospel groups will perform at MacRae Meadows at Grandfather Mountain. Returning for its 93rd year, this all-day event also features a sermon. Learn more: (828) 733-2013 or grandfather.com.

6/26

  • Action Animals - Live! • James Warren Citizens Center • 10:30 to 11:30am • Live animal show! Animals include: 2 tropical birds, a Burmese python, chicken, a Patagonian cavi, a serval cat and a Siberian Lynx, and 2 ferrets.
  • Summer Reading Film Series – Deepwater Horizon • Gaston County Public Library – Main Branch • 6pm

6/27

  • Captain Underpants • Gaston County Public Library – Cherryville Branch • 6:30 to 7:30pm • Turbo toilets, underwear tossing, and trivia! If you're a fan of the series, you can't miss this program! For school-aged students grades 1-5

6/28

  • Wednesday Movie Matinees – Secret Life of Pets • Gaston County Public Library – Main Branch • 3 to 5pm • Children should not be left unattended. Food and drinks are not allowed.

6/29

  • Angry Birds • Gaston County Public Library – Dallas Branch • 6:30 to 7:30pm • The Pigs have taken over again and it is up to the Angry Birds to defeat them! Come to Dallas Library and set up your own pig structure and then knock it down with the large Angry Birds. Team up and knock down other team’s structures.

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Weekly Happenings - 6/16 through 6/22

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6/16

  • Summer Movie Series • Sunset • Dallas Park

6/17

  • Family Fun in the Sun • Biggerstaff Park • Dallas • 10am to 7pm • Games, food vendors, music. A fundraiser to benefit Gaston County Battered Women’s Shelter. Free parking – no admission.
  • Denver Canine Club Adoption Event • Denver Canine Club • 10am to 3pm • Lincoln County Animal Services has partnered with Denver Canine Club and HATS to sponsor this Offsite Adoption Event. The adoption fee is $40 for dogs. This includes; Spay/Neuter, Rabies Vaccination, First Vaccinations, Microchip, 30 Days Free Health Insurance.
  • Waterside Crossing Cat Adoption Event • The Shoppes at Waterside Crossing • 10am to 2pm • Lincoln County Animal Services has partnered with HATS to provide this Offsite Adoption Event. The adoption fee is $20 for cats. This includes; Spay/Neuter, Rabies Vaccination, First Vaccinations, Microchip, and 30 Days Free Health Insurance.
  • Music in the Park • Rescue Squad Park • Denver • 3 to 9pm

6/19

  • Maker's Club • Charles R. Jonas Library • 5 to 6pm • Make a decorative Totem pole
  • Teen Escape Room • Florence S. Shanklin Library • 6 to 7pm • Find clues and solve puzzles to breakout of the library into the game room.
  • Summer Reading Film Series – Florence Foster Jenkins • Gaston County Public Library – Main Branch • 6pm
  • Build a Better Garden – Composting • Gaston County Public Library – Bessemer City Branch • 6 to 7pm • Learn the secrets of recycling organic matter such as leaves or vegetable scraps into “black gold” soil for your gardens! Free event for adults. Registration required. Contact library.

6/21

  • Wednesday Movie Matinees – Moana • Gaston County Public Library – Main Branch • 3 to 5pm 

Market.Watch - Closed Sales - May 2017

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Weekly Happenings - 6/9 through 6/15

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6/9

  • Summer Reading Kickoff • Gaston County Public Library – Stanley Branch • 3 to 4pm • Come enjoy games, an art activity, and snack to start off their summer reading program!

6/10

  • Battle of Ramsour’s Mill Event and Reenactment 2017 (see below)

6/11

  • Battle of Ramsour’s Mill Event and Reenactment 2017 (see below)

6/12

  • Movie Mondays • Gaston County Public Library – Mount Holly Branch • 6 to 7:45pm • Enjoy watching a family friendly movie with snacks and activities.  Pajamas welcome but not required.
  • Build a Better World Film Series – Sully • Gaston County Public Library – Main Branch • 6 to 8pm  • Kick off their Summer Reading film series for adults: Build a Better World. The inaugural film is Clint Eastwood's Sully. Sully is the biopic of pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, which depicts his emergency landing on the Hudson River in January 2009. In the aftermath of this unprecedented feat, he must endure the weight of sudden fame and second-guessing by investigators. Starring Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney, and Anna Gunn. PG-13.

6/13

  • Science Movie Tuesday • Gaston County Public Library – Stanley Branch • 5 to 7pm
  • Stop Animation - Build a Better Background • Charles R. Jonas Library • 6 to 8pm • Learn how to build an amazing background to make your stop-motion movie fabulous.

6/14

  • Wednesday Movie Matinee – Finding Dory • Gaston County Public Library – Main Branch • 3 to  5pm

The Battle of Ramsour's Mill Event and Reenactment Schedule of Events

Saturday, June 10

  • 10:00 a.m. Camp Opens
    Wreath Laying Ceremony
    Mass Gravesite
    Catawba Valley Chapter, SAR
  • 11:00 a.m. Battlesite Tour
  • 12:00 a.m. Lunch
  • 1:15 p.m. Presentation
    John Slaughter, Group Superintendent
    National Park Service
    Southern Campaign of the American Revolution Parks
  • 1:45 p.m. Tactical Presentation
  • 4:00 p.m. Battlesite Tour
  • 5:00 p.m. Musical Presentation
    Fiddlin’ Fred and Mary Lail
  • 6:30 p.m. “Fourth Wall” Program
    First person and primary accounts from re-enactors of statements made after the original battle.

Sunday, June 11

  • 10:00 a.m. Camp Opens
    Morning Prayer Service
  • 11:00 a.m. Battlesite Tour
  • 12:00 p.m. Lunch
  • 1:00 p.m. Battlesite Tour
  • 1:45 p.m. Tactical Presentation
  • Food will be served each day from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • The Agitators from Sherrill's Ford, N.C. will play fiery fiddle and dance music of the American Revolution on Saturday, and Ken Bloom of Pilot Mountain, N.C. will play on Sunday.

**Living History demonstrations and events will take place throughout the day in and around the main log building and in re-enactors’ camps unless otherwise noted.

**Battlesite Tours start at the scheduled time at the main log building.

**The Lincoln County Hearth Cooks will be demonstrating 18th century hearth cooking in the main log building on both Saturday and Sunday.

Please direct all questions by email to LCHA staff at lcmh@bellsouth.net.

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